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Hatteras names new dealer for Pacific Northwest

Hatteras/Cabo Yachts has made Worth Avenue Yachts its newest dealer. Worth Avenue’s Seattle office will represent Hatteras and Cabo in Washington state and in British Columbia.

Veteran broker Ray Prokorym will manage the office, which will carry the full Hatteras and Cabo lines, starting with the Cabo 41. The office is located in the heart of Seattle’s Chandler’s Cove.

“The Pacific Northwest offers some of the best cruising and fishing on the continent, but it also has some of the most challenging boating conditions,” Kelly Grindle, Hatteras/Cabo president/CEO, said in a statement. “We know that Ray and the Worth Avenue Yachts team, with their impressive depth of experience both in new yacht sales and the local region, will be outstanding representatives for Hatteras and Cabo throughout Washington and British Columbia.”

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